Quantum Future and the Quantum Arms Race

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Quantum computing is a perennially hot topic in science and technology, with many researchers and companies scrambling to build the first truly practical quantum computer.  But as with many technological advancements, the complex jargon can easily obscure the big picture.  In cybersecurity, the quantum arms races consists of three fronts: quantum computers, post-quantum cryptography, and human users.  With help from our friends at Aimava, we will explore these topics at a digital summit with leading thought leaders, corporations and investors on the future of quantum computing in July. Quantum computing offers the possibility of solving problems that conventional computers cannot,…...

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Louis Lehot Louis Lehot is a partner and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, based in the firm’s Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Los Angeles offices, where he is a member of the Private Equity & Venture Capital, M&A and Transactions Practices and the Technology, Health Care, and Energy Industry Teams. Louis focuses his practice on advising entrepreneurs and their management teams, investors and financial advisors at all stages of growth, from garage to global. Louis especially enjoys being able to help his clients achieve hyper-growth, go public and to successfully obtain optimal liquidity events. Prior to joining Foley, Louis was the founder of a Silicon Valley boutique law firm called L2 Counsel.